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California Gambling: Charitable Gaming

B-I-N-G-O: Charitable gaming a go for Californians Don’t be surprised if you’re walking by a church and hear a minister with a microphone calling out for B3. Bingo, raffles and poker nights as fundraisers are legal in California. While great for participants, it can be more challenging for those trying …

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California Gambling: Lottery

From Scratchers to weekly cash drawings to interstate Powerball, there are many ways to play the lottery in the Golden State. In November 1984, California voters made a sure bet when they overwhelmingly passed Proposition 37, which authorized the establishment of a statewide lottery. The California State Lottery, overseen by …

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Does Donald Trump Want Legalized Online Gambling?

Donald Trump has opinions. Lots of ’em. But when it comes to legal online gambling, where does the president stand? Trump has owned multiple casinos, including the now shuttered Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, New Jersey, so he’s obviously not averse to the brick-and-morter gambling world. But online gambling is …

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How do Indian casinos play craps without dice?

“Yo eleven! Pay the line!” “Acey-deucey!” “Eight! Easy eight! “Little Joe!” “Seven out!” When it comes to gambling action, a craps table is usually the rockin’est, rowdiest, most exciting place to be. Unfortunately, for the longest time, craps tables weren’t permitted in any of California’s legal casino gambling establishments—namely, the …

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California Gambling: Card Rooms

Celebrity sightings. Hang-ten surf spots. Funky food trucks. Seismic scares. Nightmare freeways. California rules the roost on many fronts. The Golden State also rules in another arena: poker. Card rooms serve up a wide range of cash games and tournaments where you can play against fellow competitors — but not …

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